It is extremely difficult to process that 13 years have passed since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, claimed the lives of almost 3,000 individuals. In many ways, it feels like yesterday that we were all glued to our TVs or radios, watching the events play out in front of us live and trying to comprehend what was taking place.
As I write this, it is dark. And it’s only getting darker. In any other situation, I’d go flip on a lamp to light up the room. I cannot do that today.
Heading to Sun City tonight (September 11) for the first time is DJ Jay Frank, and it’s his intention to get you to Dance the Night Away with him.
Bill Bendick, Dennis O’Leary, Eugene Rhodes, and James Van Fleet won’t have to worry about finishing last and being the single loser in the 2014 Sun City Community association board of directors election race.
Entertaining audiences everywhere from Soldier Field to the House of Blues, the tribute band Blooze Brothers will return to Sun City this September with“Elwood” and “Jake” at the helm.
What do Pope John Paul II, Muppets Founder Jim Henson, and Actor Christopher Reeve all have in common? They all succumbed to the very deadly Sepsis, which developed from a major infection in their bodies.
You are seated in an upscale restaurant. Your hand slowly reaches over to a marker on your table. You slowly turn it from the red to the green side. This immediately unleashes a steady stream of Gauchos running over to you with selections of meat impaled on three foot long swords. The name of this carnivore’s dream is the Texas de Brazil Churrascaria in Schaumburg.
The Hoofers and Hunks are working hard to present an entertaining tap show for their families and residents of Sun City at the end of September. The shows will be 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. Sunday, September 28. An additional show will be 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 29. All shows will be at Drendel Ballroom at Prairie Lodge.
- Route 47 Taxi Transportation keeps seniors on the move
- Magic In the Moonlight: Illusion or not?
- Up and at them
- The world I woke up to this morning is gone
- Ask the Woodchucks: September 11, 2014
- Make your garden perennially colorful
- My first car
- How Sun City residents help us remember 9-11
- More dangerous artificial sweeteners
- Ask an Angel: September 11, 2014
- Political Place: September 11, 2014
- Who’s who
- Excuse me while I ‘Purge’
- Provena Building now Huntley Executive Center
- The stingrays visit Olympian Swimmer Adolph Kiefer
- ‘It’s been really positive so far’
- Roundup of the community association town hall meeting
- Swimming up stream towards a longer and healthier life, part 3
- A tempura and teriyaki treasure trove
- Art in My Secret Garden celebrates five years
- Huntley Radio update: We’re almost there!
- Boots on the ground are better than oafs in an office